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Apple Doesn't Have a Monopoly on Fruit Trademarks, PC World Blog Says

The PC World blog has a rundown on Apple’s dispute over Woolworths Ltd.’s apple-ized logo. It concludes that Apple doesn’t have a monopoly on fruit trademarks. It’s case in point — Washington State Apple Commission’s logo. Worth a read, along with its follow-up history of Apple’s trademark disputes over its evolving logos. 

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There is a recent blog article about another Apple trademark case on www.wired.com: http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2009/09/video-pod/
... what about woolworth's goods is confusingly similar to computer products? Seems Apple is overstepping a bit here.
October 12, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterFeigin / Patent Lawyer

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